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During this time, Scott read Maxwell Anderson's Mary of Scotland, a play about Mary, Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I, from which she derived the stage name "Elizabeth Scott." She later dropped the "E".
In late 1940, an 18-year-old Scott auditioned for Hellzapoppin (1938).
The extent to which there was significant influence between the early civilizations of the Near East and those of East Asia is disputed.
Scholars accept that the civilizations of Mesoamerica, mainly in modern Mexico, and Norte Chico in present-day Peru emerged independently from those in Eurasia.
Mary Matzo wanted her daughter to become a journalist, but when Scott said she would become either a stage actress or a nun, her mother relented.
In 1939, with her father's help, the 17-year-old Scott moved to New York City, where she stayed at the Ferguson Residence for Women.
The figurative use of cradle to mean "the place or region in which anything is nurtured or sheltered in its earlier stage" is traced by the OED to Spenser (1590).
In addition to stage and radio, she appeared on television from the late 1940s to early 1970s.
Scott characterized her father as a "lifelong Republican", which influenced her own capitalistic views.
“LM III Knossos Outside the Palace: Another Approach to the Tablet/Destruction Date Debate” (Lecture delivered at the Aegean Bronze Age Colloquium, New York, 15 February 1984).
“Cretan Connections: External Actors and Factors during the Bronze Age” (Lectures delivered in Heidelberg, Tübingen, Vienna, Salzburg, and Warsaw, 1994).